RERA Permit No. 4711
Best Investment Opportunity. NO AGENCY FEE.
3 Bedroom Apartment - Dubai Wharf Tower 3
Size - 2188.30 sq. ft.
Selling Price - 3,636,000 AED
Only 2% DLD Registration Fee for limited time
Own your Dream Apartment in Heart of the city
Next To Gharhud Bridge and Business Bay Crossing Bridge
Opposite Dubai Festival City
Attractive payment plan:
10 % Down payment
70% on Handover
Hand over 2017 1st Quarter
Escrow Account: Appelez-nous
Developer Permit No. 1583
For more info please contact :Appelez-nous
The development acts as an attraction and a destination hub for both shopping and entertainment, and catering for both residents and visitors alike and is set to complement and boost the reputation of Dubai on the world Shopping and Culture Map.
Dubai Wharf combines a unique contemporary design with modern features to offer a relaxed living experience within the heart of the city.
Dubai Creek is a saltwater creek located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). It ends at Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary. Some sources say that the creek extended as far inland as Al Ain, and that the Ancient Greeks called it River Zara. Historically, the creek divided the city into two main sections – Deira and Bur Dubai. It was along the Bur Dubai creek area that members of the Bani Yas tribe first settled in the 19th century, establishing the Al Maktoum dynasty in the city. In the early 20th century, the creek, though incapable then of supporting large scale transportation, served as a minor port for dhows coming as far away as India or East Africa. Although it impeded the entry of ships due to current flow, the creek remained an important element in establishing the commercial position of Dubai, being the only port or harbour in the city. Dubai's pearling industry, which formed the main sector of the city's economy, was based primarily on expeditions in the creek, prior to the invention of cultured pearls in the 1930s.